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    Title: 資源合集層次詮釋資料之比較研究
    Other Titles: A comparative study on collection level metadata
    Authors: 張怡婷;Chang, Yi-ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系碩士班
    陳和琴;Chen, Ho-chin
    Keywords: 資源合集層次詮釋資料;資源合集層次描述;資源合集管理;詮釋資料;Collection Level Metadata;Collection Level Description;Collection Management;Metadata
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:06:17 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著網際網路蓬勃發展,圖書館、檔案館、博物館、政府機構及各單位爲了讓網路搜尋引擎也能夠發現到各機構資料庫的內容,國外興起詮釋資料(metadata)以館藏或資源合集(collection)作為描述的單位,達到跨領域、跨機構的資訊共享,亦為使用者提供最高層級的網路資訊探勘管道。
    最後建議國內的資源合集層次詮釋資料發起單位可由 (1)政府學術/文教單位、(2)數位典藏相關計畫、(3)機構領域較高單位 開始。且對國內的資源合集層次詮釋資料建置單位提出 (1)加強對資源合集層次詮釋資料的認識、(2)培養專業人才、(3)確認經費來源、(4)釐清本身需求與狀況、(5)事前進行整併評估、(6)定義資源合集範圍及深度、(7)制訂完整的資源合集層次詮釋資料機制、(8)制訂作業程序、(9)推廣資源合集整合入口、(10)進行使用評估 等十項建議。
    With the increasing of various Internet resources, many organizations including libraries, archives, museums, government agencies, and others have contented that they need to make accessible on the Internet. As the means for resource discovery on the Web, the collection level metadata is emerging and can be used to cope with the information sharing across disciplines, between organizations, among resources with different types of content, and to provide users with the highest level of information discovery.
    Up to now, there are several projects, researching on the collection level metadata, who have accumulated much experience, which is worthy for us to consult. Therefore, in this thesis, the author adopts two methods—literature analysis and comparative study—to collect relevant documents about collection level metadata and discuss the concepts and the standards of collection level metadata for starters. Subsequently, the author chooses four projects: National Science Digital Library, Institute of Museum and Library Services Digital Collections and Content Project, Cornucopia, and Alexandria Digital Library Project—those are projects relative to library science. Further, there are three aspects that this study wants to analyze and discuss: the projects’ properties, metadata, and operated system. Finally, the author generalizes the application modes and factors of the collection level metadata.
    According to the results of this study, there are five element attributes of the collection level metadata: backgrounds, characteristics, management, subject and relationship. Moreover, the framework of the operating system must include two mechanisms, registration and storage, and combine with Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting.
    In conclusion, the author suggests that the collection level metadata can be built by government’s the academic or the cultural and educational departments, the metadata projects, and the highest organization of Librarianship.
    Furthermore, the author also suggests that the domestic organizations who want to build the collection level metadata should strengthen the knowledge about the collection level metadata, cultivate relative experts, confirm the funds course, figure out their demand and situations, proceed the integrated assessment in advance, define the extension and the deepness of the collection, build integrated mechanisms of the collection level metadata, set up the operating procedure, generalize the collection level metadata, and proceed the usage assessment of the collection level metadata.
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